Vision Aid Systems presents the popular card game Uno, but with braille! Uno is a widely played card game that both kids and parents can enjoy. Since it was introduced in 1971, more than 100 million copies are in circulation.
This timeless game is very similar to the original, with just a few added features to help individuals with visual impairments. Every card in the deck is brailled in the corner with the number or action, and the color of the card. The cards are additionally printed with the assigned pictures and colors like a regular deck of Uno cards would be. The cards are the same standard size and use the same color scheme and overall layout.
All the same rules apply. The first person to score 500 points wins. Points are scored by getting rid of all the cards in your hand before your opponents. The game is designed for anywhere from 2-10 players.
By printing braille on the cards this allows individuals with visual impairments to participate in one of the world’s most beloved card games.
A deck of Uno with Braille runs for anywhere between $19-$21 and are available online.